Keyword:effects of aging population

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An Aging Population - The Impact on Foreign Trade in Industrialized Countries
What do empiricism and simulation calculations tell us?

An aging population: In the last week, we have shown what theoretical connections can be expected between an ageing society and the current account balance of this country. The question now is which demographically induced effects important industrial nations such as Germany, Japan and the USA can expect in their current account balances by 2050. […] More ...

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Demographics and Foreign Trade: What Are the Effects of an Aging Population on the Current Account Balance of an Economy?

The change in the age structure of a society has an impact on key macroeconomic variables, including the savings and investment ratios, the inflation rate and overall economic productivity. Our forthcoming paper outlines some central relationships between the ageing of population in developed industrial economies and their current account balances. More ...